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  1. C.J

    Diesel the security dog in France killed

    He/she deserves the LEGION D'HONNEUR
  2. C.J

    346xp running a bit fast.?

    Ever wondered how fuel gets to the carburettor with out a fuel pump ? When the piston goes down it creates pressure in the crankcase which should be airtight . This impulse is fed to the carburettor via an impulse line(small rubber hose) or a second small chamber inside the inlet manifold rubber boot . The impulse moves the diaphragm (inside the carburettor) up and down which pumps the fuel.
  3. C.J

    Obscure landy part needed. Seatbelt bracket

    This it ? part no 395252
  4. C.J

    stihl km56 or other

    Its 2 stroke but it isn't 4 mix:thumbup:
  5. I've had a look at the beaver spec and flow is only 20 litres/min. With a typical 12 tonne splitter I'm guessing a cycle time of 15-20 seconds. Its going to be a bit slow.
  6. C.J

    Winters not looking so hot!

    You are confusing your Gulf stream with the Jet stream. The Gulf stream is a warm water current that flows from Florida to Iceland. The Jet stream is a fast air current that brings us storms across the Atlantic.
  7. Tractor hydraulics vary between 175 and 210 Bar. 125 Bar would reduce your 12 tonnes down to about 7
  8. C.J

    Saw sick

    Check that you have fitted the correct new chain.
  9. C.J

    Front loader advice

    875 loader is more likely to have 3 cylinder sub frame/brackets. Also a massey 550 tractor should have the same bolt spacings.
  10. C.J

    Front loader advice

    You don't see many 360's about so you are unlikely to see a loader advertised to fit one. I think the more popular 240 would have the same hole spacings and would use the same sub frame. I believe the MF80 loader was available with a 3 cylinder sub frame.
  11. C.J

    Welding advice

    Amps up going down. Amps down going up.
  12. C.J

    Welding advice

    Good job I didn't offer any advice then. These days I just lay it flat with the telehandler. Back to the O.P, up or down ?
  13. C.J

    Welding advice

    I wouldn't want to take any advice off anyone that didn't know that 6013 is a mild steel "stick " electrode.
  14. C.J

    Whats the price of red derv now thanks

    43.77 with 5% VAT Mitchell & Webber(01752 845660) might be more competitive for you ,nearer Plymouth.
  15. C.J

    Whats the price of red derv now thanks

    Watsons 41.69 for 900 today,Mole valley were 44 ish
  16. C.J

    Bomford b457 fc hedgecutter

    Or Taylor Ag - Bomford and McConnell
  17. C.J


    I've also heard they don't use the same nest twice. Don't leave the light on ,when you go out , if you have glass in your door, or they'll come in with you I think I read its the redundant drones that come to the window this time of year so may not be able to sting.
  18. C.J

    trima 480 professional loader

    2000kg payload to 4 meters. There is a PDF online,search for Trima professional and it's on C-F-S website.
  19. C.J

    Corbyn Elected

    And also Vice president of the league against cruel sports. There must be millions of Labour supporters , that eat meat,shoot or fish , and won't want her in charge of DEFRA.:confused1:
  20. C.J

    In Desperate times...My Silky saves the day!

    What are the blade lengths for the Hibiki ? and how many teeth per inch ?
  21. C.J

    Recomend a small saw for hedglaying

    So you bought a MS181 - standard bar & chain ? or did you go for the 1/4" rollamatic mini ?
  22. C.J

    Husky 365 or Dolmar 6100

    Surely the 365 is £450 + VAT = £540 Are you VAT registered ?


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